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Enrollment Management and Services Update. Fall 2008. Enrollment Management and Services. Vision: EMAS provides a seamless continuum of high quality student services, using appropriate and responsive technology, to promote student success. Values: Customer Service, Teamwork, Credibility

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enrollment management and services
Enrollment Management and Services

Vision: EMAS provides a seamless continuum of high quality student services, using appropriate and responsive technology, to promote student success.

Values: Customer Service, Teamwork, Credibility

Performance Standards: Efficient, Accurate, Strategic, and Student Friendly

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Enrollment Management and Services
  • Undergraduate Admissions
  • Scholarships and Financial Aid
  • Registration and Records
  • Visitation, Summer Sessions, Partnerships
  • Recruitment, Retention, Student Success
enrollment snapshot
Enrollment Snapshot

(preliminary targets for planning purposes only)

undergraduate admissions7
Undergraduate Admissions
  • New Undergraduate Admissions website
  • Holistic Review
  • Freshmen Notification Dates
  • Building the class
  • Spring high school counselor events
application deadlines
Application Deadlines
  • Deadline 1: October 15
    • Notification: December 15
  • Deadline 2: November 1 – Early Action
    • Notification: January 30
    • Merit-based scholarship deadline
  • Deadline 3: December 1
    • Notification: March 15
  • Final Review Deadline: February 1
    • Notification: March 30
class of 2012
Class of 2012

Largest freshmen applicant pool ever

Within 0.2% of freshmen enrollment target

First time ever more women admits than men


Out of state and international

All ethnic groups except White and Latino

SAT average

Percent in top 10%

High school GPA

demographic trends
Demographic Trends
  • NC and the rest of the South expects steady or increasing number of HS graduates.
  • Increasing number of Latino graduates.
  • College going rate is declining.
  • National number of HS graduates is declining.
  • More competition from out of state universities for NC students.
  • More NC high school graduates are starting at community colleges.
pack promise
Pack Promise

Funded 315 New Freshmen in 2006-07

Funded 319 New Freshmen in 2007-08

Funded 332 New Freshmen in 2008-09

  • 91% NC Resident (compared to 89% of all FR)
  • 9% Non-Resident (compared to 11% of all FR)
  • 53% Male (compared to 53% of all FR)
  • 47% Female (compared to 47% of all FR)
other financial aid initiatives
Other Financial Aid Initiatives
  • New State and Federal Grant Programs
    • ACG, SMART and TEACH
    • Lottery and EARN
  • Chancellors’ Leadership Scholarships
  • Provost Academic Awards
  • Goodnight Scholarships
  • NetPartner and WebClient
visitation programs
Visitation Programs
  • The Visitation Experience
  • Daily (M-F) information sessions at 9:30 and 1:00
  • Daily (M-F) walking tours at 11:15 and 3:00
  • Soon to come: bus tours of Centennial campus and shuttle service
  • University Ambassador Program
  • 60 ambassadors- tour at least once a week & work 1 hr/wk in the football office
  • New tour route to showcase recent renovations and highlight campus
  • Continuous training provided at monthly meetings
  • Joyner Visitor Center
  • Physical improvements: Experience wall, displays, tree gathering space
  • Soon to come: Faculty/Staff publication display, mini store
  • Technical updates: Large TV, updated video clips in rotunda
  • Soon to come: clickers, movie, welcome message on monitor
  • Programmatic improvements: welcome one special group per day
  • Event scheduling: host a variety of NC State special events
  • Partnerships---”We could not do this without you!”
  • DUAP (Pre-college programs, FYC), Colleges, Housing, Dining, Bookstore,
  • Facilities, Carmichael, McKimmon, Transportation, Creative Services, Libraries,
  • Solar Center, Finance and Business….
summer sessions
Summer Sessions
  • Organizationally moved to EMAS in 2007;
  • Centralized to decentralized;
  • Administrative Advisory Committee on Summer Sessions

Partnerships to develop and sustain the mission, vision and goals of EMAS.

  • Partnership for Access to College (PAC)
  • County Extension Offices
registration and records activities
Registration and Records Activities
  • Expanded joint degree programs & UNC Online initiative
  • Coordinated revisions to the University Calendar
  • Implemented Three Phases of the new Student Information System (SIS)
    • Phase 0: Merger with HR & ID synchronization
    • Phase 1: Campus Community (bio/demo)
    • Phase 2: Course Catalog and Class Scheduling
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Registration and Records Activities
  • Full Implementation of SIS
    • October 2008: Training of Campus Scheduling Officers
    • November 2008 - January 2009: Campus Conversations
    • January 2009 - April 2009: Phased Campus Training
    • January 30, 2009: Shut down legacy student system
    • February 9, 2009: Go-live with Student Records in SIS
    • March 2009: Student Registration in SIS
  • Implementation of the new General Education Program (Summer 2009)
  • Implementation of redLantern (DARS) Suite
    • Implementation of u.achieve to replace ADA
    • Implementation of to replace Plan of Work
marketing recruitment initiatives
Marketing & Recruitment Initiatives
  • Integrated marketing, recruitment and communication planning committee for the division.
  • Assessment of recruitment activities to enhance recruitment goals
  • Enhancing targeted populations recruitment efforts
  • Developing a communication plan across the division and university
retention and student success
Retention and Student Success
  • Early identification of at-risk students.
  • Course development for low-performing students.
  • Identify opportunities to address on-time graduation strategies.
  • Ensure all matriculated students have equal opportunities to succeed.